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Did Anyone Catch the CANCER Episode of the CBS Sunday Morning Show?

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I saw Dr LaPook at an audience taping of the Dr Oz show last week, he was very informative in a laymens way. I'll watch this on line!

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Yes, I watched it...  I  imagine that the breath detection is some how tied to how dogs can smell cancer as well.

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@lolakimono We watch similar shows.  I tape it every Sunday.  I still have a few minutes left to watch.  I found it very interesting.  I especially liked watching the part about women who have had a double mastectomy and electing NOT to have implants put in.  

 

I think it's a move in what I call a right direction.  I think it's all about choice.  

 

I have long thought this country is so mixed up when it comes to sex in the first place, especially the female body.  

 

I might come back after I've finished watching it.  I do agree it is fascinating and it does bring hope.

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@Annabellethecat66 wrote:

@lolakimono We watch similar shows.  I tape it every Sunday.  I still have a few minutes left to watch.  I found it very interesting.  I especially liked watching the part about women who have had a double mastectomy and electing NOT to have implants put in.  

 

I think it's a move in what I call a right direction.  I think it's all about choice.  

 

I have long thought this country is so mixed up when it comes to sex in the first place, especially the female body.  

 

I might come back after I've finished watching it.  I do agree it is fascinating and it does bring hope.


@Annabellethecat66 - oh, I totally agree - why would you have something removed and then put something foreign to your body in its place - makes no sense to me. 

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@hoosieroriginal wrote:

@Annabellethecat66 wrote:

@lolakimono We watch similar shows.  I tape it every Sunday.  I still have a few minutes left to watch.  I found it very interesting.  I especially liked watching the part about women who have had a double mastectomy and electing NOT to have implants put in.  

 

I think it's a move in what I call a right direction.  I think it's all about choice.  

 

I have long thought this country is so mixed up when it comes to sex in the first place, especially the female body.  

 

I might come back after I've finished watching it.  I do agree it is fascinating and it does bring hope.


@Annabellethecat66 - oh, I totally agree - why would you have something removed and then put something foreign to your body in its place - makes no sense to me. 


Some women want to have breast  implants after surgery in order to feel like themselves again... I would guess it is tied to what makes you feel like a woman if that is what you need to be happy. . Every woman is different in this aspect.  I would suppose a very young woman would want this surgery more so than say a 60 plus year old woman.  

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@lolakimono

Interesting... will take a look.

Some newer research seems to be in the offing about determining which probiotics are in or out of balance and also if the person has the bacteria associated with ulcers -- H Pylori

 

Supposedly there is a breath test for this.

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I think doctors, male doctors,  have a big influence on encouraging a woman to go the reconstruction route.  Sexuality starts in the brain.

 

If I had a double mastectomy I would still be modest.  I couldn't go topless in public but every time I looked in the mirror I would celebrate that I am ALIVE.

 


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@hoosieroriginal wrote:

@Annabellethecat66 wrote:

@lolakimono We watch similar shows.  I tape it every Sunday.  I still have a few minutes left to watch.  I found it very interesting.  I especially liked watching the part about women who have had a double mastectomy and electing NOT to have implants put in.  

 

I think it's a move in what I call a right direction.  I think it's all about choice.  

 

I have long thought this country is so mixed up when it comes to sex in the first place, especially the female body.  

 

I might come back after I've finished watching it.  I do agree it is fascinating and it does bring hope.


@Annabellethecat66 - oh, I totally agree - why would you have something removed and then put something foreign to your body in its place - makes no sense to me. 


Some women want to have breast  implants after surgery in order to feel like themselves again... I would guess it is tied to what makes you feel like a woman if that is what you need to be happy. . Every woman is different in this aspect.  I would suppose a very young woman would want this surgery more so than say a 60 plus year old woman.  


 

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It depends on the woman LOL.  That's like saying if you're over 60, you don't care anymore.  Whether we like it or not, breasts are part of our self-image - at least to me Smiley Happy

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@tarsmom wrote:

It depends on the woman LOL.  That's like saying if you're over 60, you don't care anymore.  Whether we like it or not, breasts are part of our self-image - at least to me Smiley Happy

 

@tarsmom  I agree.


Having reconstruction/implants after double mastectomy is so personal.  I am sure there are 30 year olds that would pass on it and then there are those over 60 that would have it done.  I am pretty sure that I would - but I pray that I never have to face that decision.  The fact that it is an option is wonderful.

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